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JDBC and Oracle 10g [message #112386] Thu, 24 March 2005 14:32
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Ok, I am on Oracle 10g and I have got Apache Tomcat to run my JSP code. Do I need to install JDBC drivers to run Java with Oracle or are those included in 10g? If I need to install them, does anyone have any instructions on what directory they need to be in, how to set up a class path (I am on windows xp, btw), etc. I am just trying to run a simple JSP with 10g. Also, is Tomcat a good enough container for that? Does Oracle AS has something internally to run JSP code? What is the best setup for it?

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